Evelyn M's Design Blog
These fiercely fun skull lamp designs are bright, cheerful and not meant to scare you. Skull art has made it into our all year home décor and as such the skull designs have become friendlier and friendlier with skulls appearing to smile as if they are enjoying their home and those that live within it.
For those of you that don’t know Dutch artist M.C. Escher’s work, it would still be apparent that the inspirational Metamorphosis III comes from the unique detailing on the façade of this Hayne Wadley Architecture home located in Waratah Bay, Victoria, Australia.
A BONE-ified collection of scary plates by The New English” is a super elegant way to add a touch of Goth to any room but if you prefer your bone china to be a bit “friendlier” New English also has many other options, including insects and anatomy.
Located on the outskirts of Bangalore in Karnataka, India this staircase with human sculptures was designed by Abin Design Studio to first and foremost create a connection with the earth outside so while the life-sized reading sculptures are the main focal point, the staircase itself rests on and is embedded in locally sourced Sadarahali granite.
Originally designed and created for the ODD Experiments show the Yarfie series of cat trees for modern homes by Aelfie and Michael Varinsky where created to follow the criteria of “highly crafted pieces that have a much weaker grasp on the functional elements that make their design – design”.